Milhouse Hostel, Cusco, Peru

Milhouse Hostel, Cusco, Peru  

Updated October 22nd, 2018.


“Located in the heart of the historic city of Cusco, Milhouse is a gigantic hostel with enough space for your whole crew! A place where the old world charm of the city meets modern conveniences, creating perfect backpacker comfort.”

Milhouse Hostel – Cusco, Peru

What makes Milhouse unique? 

So Much Space… You Might Get Lost: Milhouse is huge, meaning you will have plenty of space to get away from the crowds if you so desire! The first floor boasts a huge hang out area complete with a ping-pong table. On the second floor, you will find a private cinema room (the only one in Cusco!) for private movie screenings. On the third floor is the tricked-out bar area, where massive parties go down out of earshot from your dorm bed!

Incredible Location: Just two blocks from the Plaza de Armas, meaning nightlife, an incredible culinary scene, and all of the main sites in Cusco are just minutes from your room.

Milhouse Hostel, Cusco, Peru
Milhouse Hostel, Cusco, Peru
Milhouse Hostel, Cusco, Peru

On-Site Travel Agency: Cusco is chock-full of things to do. The famous Salkantay trek to Machu Picchu, rafting into the Sacred Valley, and even the Inca Trail, can all be booked without leaving the building.

Extended Happy Hours: The cheapest beers that we found in the whole of Cusco. The best part? The deals last all the way until midnight!

Historic Building: The incredible city of Cusco is a must for history buffs, as Inca ruins mingle with modern Spanish architecture. Milhouse matches the charm of the city beautifully, by creating a modern environment right in the walls of a restored antique style home.

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Location: Calle Quera 270, Cusco, Perú

Price: Dorms starting at 30 soles, Privates starting at 90 soles. 

Read more about Cusco here.

Founder & Editor at South America Backpacker

Nikki Scott is the founder & editor of South America Backpacker. A traveller-turned-entrepreneur, she left the UK in 2009 for Asia and after 6 months on the road, she started a bi-monthly print magazine about backpacking. South America Backpacker soon followed and today she runs her backpacking enterprise from her base in Spain. Her honest and fascinating book, Backpacker Business, tells the story of her success in the face of adversity.

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